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· March, 2006

Stories about Slovakia from March, 2006

Czech Republic: What Yugoslavia Meant For Czechs

13 March 2006

The death of Slobodan Milosevic inspires Gazing into the Abyss to write about the Czechs’ feelings toward (what used to be) Yugoslavia: “‘Yugoslavia’ is likeable word for Czech ears. Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, BiH, Slovenia, Macedonia… they are not. Most Czechs never took an effort to grasp what happened in...

Belarus, Slovakia: Lukashenko Cartoons

2 March 2006

Lemuel Kolkava of Deleted By Tomorrow writes about the Slovak cartoonist Martin “Shooty” Sutovec and his initiative to use cartoons “for something meaningful”: “[…] I appeal [to] all cartoonists to make cartoons on Lukashenka, the last dictator of Europe […] Such an international effort would provide a unique possibility to...

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